|SPECIAL EVENT – BIRDING CLASSES
WHAT: Beginner birding classes
WHEN: March 17, 24, 28
WHERE: Pensacola Public Library, downtown at 239 N. Spring St.
These classes with field trips are a wonderful opportunity for individuals in the community to learn about birds in the Pensacola area. The first class on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 covers birding basics (binoculars, field guides, birding ethics, etc.). The second class, Tuesday, March 24, covers how to identify birds of the shoreline (sandpipers, herons, gulls, terns, ospreys, eagles, etc). …more
SPECIAL EVENT – AUDUBON VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
WHAT: Rooftop Nesting Fencing
As we approach the end of January of this wonderful New Year, here at Audubon we are gearing up and getting ready for our rooftop nesting season! We have a lot of volunteer opportunities coming up that I hope many of you will choose to be a part of. I’ve attached a brief list and description of each, as follows:
If you or anyone you know is interested in any of these opportunities, please do not hesitate to call or email me. Rebekah Snyder Rooftop Nesting Technician (570)242-7524 Rebekah.Snyder@audubon.org
CHAPTER 4: SEABIRDS & SONGBIRDS
Our Newfoundland journey had brought us back to where we started; St. Johns, the capital of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Monroe House perched on a tree-lined ridge overlooking and just steps away from St. John’s Harbor. …more
MY OLD HICKORY
Awkward arching gray-grained trunk, bent to the whims of nature, bearing nuts for squirrels, and leaves that float in a breeze of golden rain at Christmastime, covering the deck like snow.
Wood like iron but soft to the touch, for a tool handle, or a wagon …more
BRUCE BEACH & THE COASTAL GROUNDCHERRY
A community is coming together to restore Bruce Beach for recreation and wildlife.
In November, led by Barbara Albrecht, students from Trinitas Christian School and members of the Native Plant Society spent an afternoon creating a small demonstration garden at …more